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Lonely Planet: Croatia is a destination for digital nomads

In its latest article, the world's leading brand of tourist guides Lonely Planet writes about Croatia as a destination for digital nomads, reported the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in the United States, Ina Rodin ....

The world's leading brand of travel guides Lonely Planet in his latest article he writes about Croatia as destinations for digital nomads, reported the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in the United States, Ina Rodin.

In the article title “How to spend a year in Croatia as a digital nomad” it states the conditions that foreigners must meet in order to spend a year in Croatia in the status of digital nomads. In addition to the official conditions they must meet, the advantages of Croatia such as beautiful beaches, historic buildings, rich cultural heritage and numerous opportunities for active holidays are listed.

"We will soon launch a separate marketing campaign that will communicate all the advantages of our country as a suitable and attractive destination for digital nomads. We will focus on the US, Canada, UK and Ireland markets. ” - said the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić.

Along with Lonely Planet, other American media have been writing about Croatian destinations in recent days. Reputable American travel magazine Travel + Leisure has included Dubrovnik beach Sv. Jacob among the most beautiful European beaches. That's how this Dubrovnik beach found itself on list of the top 10 hidden beaches in Europe which is worth visiting in the company of other attractive beaches in Italy, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Cyprus and France. The author of the article states that the pebble beach of Sv. Jakov is located only a kilometer south of the city center, with a beautiful view of the island of Lokrum, but also the old town.

Also, an American online magazine Money Inc listed Zadar and Dubrovnik among top 20 European destinations surrounded by beautiful nature. Dubrovnik took a high fourth place on the list, and the author of the article calls it the Adriatic Pearl, which hides countless opportunities for spending free time such as hiking, fishing, swimming and diving. Zadar is ranked 17th, and the proximity of numerous beaches and the Plitvice Lakes National Park are listed as its biggest advantage.

CNN also states that Croatia is welcome for digital nomads, while most countries are locked to countries outside the EU. In the text you can find at link state that Croatia has introduced a one-year visa for digital nomads and that our country believes in the development of "long term" tourism through an invitation to digital nomads.

Source: Croatian National Tourist Board
Cover photo: Screenshot Lonely Planet


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